Pick: #36 , The Banknote Book: B410 , Other: #K134
Bank of Guadeloupe. No date (1946). Issued note in 1946. Work of Clément Serveau. Dimensions: 180 x 96 mm. Watermark with a woman's head wearing a Phrygian cap. Front and back: multicolored printing. Front: The word "GUADELOUPE" repeated four times and the value "500" are printed in dark blue. Numbering and signature printed in black. On the right, a Martinican woman and a Guadeloupian woman pose in front of the port of Point-à-Pitre. One signature: The Director General: A. Postel-Vinay. Back: ox carts carrying sugar cane. At the bottom, article 139 of the Penal Code is printed in a yellow cartridge. Specimen of the issued note signed and numbered O.00 - 00000 with "SPECIMEN" diagonally perforated in the center of the note and sometimes four vertical wet black stamps at the four corners of the note. Number range of issued notes: 4,000,001 to 5,600,000 and 16,700,000 to 16,900,000. The photo note also illustrates the Dr. Kolsky's book: "The D.O.M.-T.O.M Banknotes", published in 2006, 280 pages.